Sweet Dreams for Extended Stay Hotel Guests?

Published by PETA.

Extended Stay Hotels is facing bankruptcy. Of course, the sag in the economy could be to blame, but I’d like to theorize that the hotel chain is struggling because people aren’t spending enough time in bed. PETA has offered to pay Extended Stay to place an ad on hotel pillowcases to educate guests that removing artery-clogging foods such as meat and cheese from your diet can extend more than your next hotel visit.


Sweet Dreams for Extended Stay Hotel Guests?


The hotel chain is still sleeping on our offer, but we’re hoping that it’ll soon wake up and realize that this a win-win-win arrangement: The hotel chain gets a little help staying afloat, animals are spared nightmarish conditions on factory farms, and guests will finally have a use for those “Do Not Disturb” signs.

Written by Heather Moore

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